Clinical features

The clinical presentation is usually that of an otherwise asymptomatic fibrous or cystic-like lesion. The most common site is the gingiva; less common sites include the palate, cheek mucosa and tongue. The consistency may vary from soft elastic to firm.

Fig. 4.41 Focal oral mucinosis. Fibroma-like swelling of the cheek mucosa based on focal oral mucinosis.

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